Antonelli, CSC Fr. Bob: Retired Holy Cross priest; Volunteers in the Archives & Artifacts at the University of Portland; Ph.D. in biblical studies from the University of Strasbourg; Licentiate in Sacred Theology, Gregorian University; M.A., Johns Hopkins University; B.A. The University of Notre Dame.
Barsotti, Beth: Senior Specialist for Faculty and Staff Formation at Gonzaga University; M.Div. University of Notre Dame; B.A. Theology, Seattle University. Currently finishing her Ph.D. in Theology and Education at the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College with a focus on faculty formation in Jesuit higher education.
Barsotti, Tara: Teacher at St. Paul Elementary School in Eugene; has worked with children for over 22 years; has three children and enjoys reading, playing and staying active; University of Portland graduate.
Bastable, Kim: Mom of three amazing kiddos, including one impacted by Angleman Syndrome; loves to travel, ride bikes and speak Spanish!
Breitenstein, Caitlin: Learning specialist at St. Paul Parish School in Eugene.
Buccola, Molly: Spent the first 25 summers of her life at Mount Angel Summer Conference where amongst the vibrant families, she found faith, inspiration, love, and life-long friendships. B.A. Religious Studies and Psychology, Santa Clara University; master's in Catholic Educational Leadership, University of San Francisco.
Campbell, Susie: Retired 28-year women’s head tennis coach at UP and currently the Director of Tennis at The Racquet Club in Portland, Oregon.
Chaves OSF, Sr. Mary Jo: A Franciscan sister and a spiritual director and retreat leader at the Franciscan Spiritual Center in Milwaukie; M.A. in Applied Theology from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA; M.A. in Education from Lewis and Clark College in Portland.
Clarke, Don: Director of Campus Ministry at Jesuit High School in Portland and a student of all things Catholic; he loves his job, camping and playing guitar.
Cooper, Toni: Journalism and photography teacher at Marist Catholic High School in Eugene; B.A. Art Education, UO.
DeBruyn, Monica: Multi-media artist and daycare provider at Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Lake Oswego. B.A, Fine Arts Graphic Design, University of Illinois.
Driscoll, Abbot Jeremy, OSB: The Abbot at Mount Angel Abbey since 2016 and a Benedictine monk and priest for 49 years; author of a number of books and articles on the liturgy, as well as literature and poetry.
Ferrari, Julie: Assistant Campus Minister, theology teacher and service director at Marist Catholic High School in Eugene.
Furl, Jen: An instructional designer based in Austin, Texas; has been a writing facilitator with Write Around Portland and Free Minds Austin and holds a master's in Folklore from the University of Oregon.
Hambley, Ruth: Transitional kindergarten teacher.
Hjorth, Sadie: Kindergarten teacher in the Portland Public Schools; Bachelor of Ed. in Special Education from Gonzaga University; has taught elementary K-5 and special education K-8 grade since 1999.
Hornburg, Val: A trained SoulCollage® & Labyrinth facilitator and loves offering retreat and creative expression experiences for people of all faiths; in love with all things soul-filled and creative, Val is a spiritual director and workshop facilitator accompanying people on their heart & soul journeys.
Hughes, Chris: Physical therapist for the last 38 years specializing in orthopedics and pelvic health.
Klinger, Rachel: Rachel returns to Summer Conference ready to soothe, rock, change, and entertain your infant so that you can attend the Keynote Address; engineering degree from the University of Virginia; mother of one son.
Kohler, Christy: Physical therapist who grew up coming to Summer Conference and is happy to have the opportunity to return with her husband and two kids; lives in Colorado.
Kohler, Ryan: B.S. in exercise science; M.S. in sports nutrition and working on a B.S. in dietetics; is currently the Sports Performance Manager at CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center in Boulder, Colorado, and has been training in Aikido for the last five years.
Langer, Ellen: Cell biologist and cancer researcher at OHSU; mom of three; basketball coach.
Langer, Jakub: Hand surgeon, soccer dad, outdoor enthusiast, beer brewer.
Otto, Catherine: Retired school teacher; Mount Angel Abbey oblate.
Otto, David: Decades of joyful experience in fooling around and learning from failure-willing to lead others astray in the same process; B.A. Geography, Humboldt State University.
Schaller, Beth: Graduate student in Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago, St. Ignatius parishioner and ministry assistant; mother of three and former high school theology teacher who still dabbles in crafts with kids.
Schaller, Jim: Business owner, who when he is not working, loves going on adventures with his family.
Thompson, Peggy: Retired physical therapist; enjoys working with youth; adult leader for her parish Edge youth program; merit badge counselor for her son's boy scout troop for five years; loves to cook and has taught her two children how to appreciate good homemade food.
Vanderwal, Kelly: Program Manager at Nike with a passion for finding the positive in every situation; loves spending time with family and friends and staying active.
Weber, Bobbie: Brings a lifetime of working with young children including her own grandchildren as well as having graduate degrees in child and human development.
Weber, Bruce: Retired after 42-years as an applied economics professor at Oregon State University; worked in Oregon’s communities promoting civic dialogue on taxes and the social safety net and other public spending.
Weber, Peter: Writer and editor at The Week, an online, weekly news and entertainment magazine; has worked at a financial newswire, Facts on File, and The New York Times Magazine; longtime Conference participant.
Weber, Rachael: Has worked in the field of international education and intercultural training in U.S. higher education for more than 22 years; longtime Conference participant.
Zuelke, Bill: Glass artist working primarily in fused glass, but continues to explore mosaics; loves the interaction between learners and loves watching the creative process.
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